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Articles from European Report (January 27, 1999)

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AGENDA 2000: FARM SPENDING FREEZE WAITING IN THE WINGS. 749
AGRICULTURE: COURT OF AUDITORS WARNS ABOUT CLEARANCE OF EAGGF ACCOUNTS. 615
ALCATEL WINS ORDER FOR BIG SUB-SEA LINK. 355
ALSTOM SAYS INVOLVEMENT IN FLORIDA TGV SMALL. 137
ALSTOM UNVEILS DEALS. 208
ASCOM BUYS 60% OF CANADIAN GROUP, KING. 111
ASTRA AND ZENECA NOTIFY COMMISSION OF MERGER. 168
BACKING FOR GERMAN PLAN FOR NEGOTIATIONS ON EU ENLARGEMENT. 119
BANIF SIGNS DEAL WITH IBM. 122
BELGIAN SONACA IN AIRBUS MILITARY PARTNERSHIP. 141
BRITISH WORLD AIRLINES WINS SPANISH SERVICE DHL CONTRACT. 116
COMMISSION OPENS INVESTIGATION INTO SAS-MAERSK AGREEMENT. 426
COMPETITION/POSTAL SERVICES: EXPRESS COURIER FIRMS CALL FOR TAKE-OVER INQUIRY. 510
CRITICISM OF PARLIAMENT'S POSITION ON COPYRIGHT. 498
CULTURE: CONCILIATION ON EUROPEAN CITIES OF CULTURE. 331
DANZAS TAKES FULL CONTROL OF HUNGARY'S DANUBIASPED. 177
ELECTRICITY: UNIONS AND UTILITIES MEET TO DISCUSS IMPACT OF LIBERALISATION. 485
ENVIRONMENT: COURT ACTION AGAINST FRANCE ON WASTE MANAGEMENT PLANS. 242
ENVIRONMENT: MEPS STILL INSIST LANDFILL OF WASTE SHOULD BE A LAST RESORT. 443
ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT HANDBOOK FOR SMES. 220
ESBA, A NEW EUROPEAN ASSOCIATION FOR SMALL FIRMS. 148
EU FUNDS FINANCIAL SERVICES CHIP CARD PROJECT. 116
EU WINS WTO APPEAL AGAINST SOUTH KOREAN LIQUOR REGIME. 307
EU/BALKANS: MINISTERS REJECT FURTHER SANCTIONS AND PRESS FOR POLITICAL SOLUTION. 740
EU/US: DATA PROTECTION ROW CONTINUES. 520
EU/US: GLICKMAN SLAMS EU ON BEEF HORMONES AS VETS DECIDE ON MEAT EXPORTERS. 1149
EU/US: WTO INTRIGUE HAMPERS EFFORTS TO RESOLVE BANANA BATTLE. 774
EUROPEAN CRUDE STEEL PRODUCTION UP 0.9% OVER 1998. 190
EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT APPOINTS INDEPENDENT EXPERTS. 322
EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT COMMITTEE ISSUES WARNING ON MILLENNIUM BUG. 189
EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT TRANSPORT COMMITTEE DEBATES RAIL AND ROAD PROPOSALS. 487
FINANCIAL SERVICES: LOW INTEREST RATES ENCOURAGE MORTGAGE LENDING. 308
FRENCH CONFIRM RAFALE ORDER. 188
GENETIC ENGINEERING: MEPS PRESS PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE. 450
HARRY'S RAISES STAKE IN FRESH CAKE TO 50%. 129
INDUSTRIAL MODERNISATION PROGRAMME MAKES GOOD PROGRESS IN TUNISIA. 238
INSURANCE: NEARER TO NEW RULES ON INTERMEDIARIES. 393
INVESTMENT: 62% OF INFLOWS FROM ASIA. 643
JUSTICE & HOME AFFAIRS: CONTROVERSIAL FUNDING FOR DAPHNE PROGRAMME. 481
LEONARDO TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE OFFICE MANAGER RESIGNS. 190
LUCENT TECHNOLOGIES TAKES OVER ASCEND. 208
MEASURES TO SOFTEN IMPACT OF THE ABOLITION OF DUTY-FREE SALES. 215
MINISTERS AGREE UNITED FRONT TO COMBAT DRUG-TAKING IN SPORT. 138
MINISTERS ANXIOUS TO KICK-START PEACE PROCESS. 340
NOKIA ANNOUNCES SERIES OF CONTRACTS. 151
OECD YEAR-ON-YEAR INFLATION RATE UP TO 2.5% IN NOVEMBER. 240
ORGANISATION OF WORK: ETUC, UNICE AND CEEP REACH DEAL ON DRAFT FIXED-TERM CONTRACT. 641
PARLIAMENTARY ASSISTANTS VOICE COMPLAINTS. 293
PATENTS: MEPS SUPPORT CALL FOR "GRACE PERIOD". 246
SAFESCIENCE IN OVERSEAS DISTRIBUTION DEAL. 135
SCHNEIDER BUYS NORDIC GROUP, LEXEL. 175
STATE AID: SPANISH MINISTER TELLS VAN MIERT THAT MADRID WILL APPEAL FOR LENIENCY. 494
STRUCTURAL FUNDS: EU AGREES CRITERIA FOR EFFICIENCY RESERVE. 461
SWEDEN CONSIDERS SWITCH TO THE EURO IN 2002. 257
TAXATION: MEPS SUPPORT SHIFT OF TAX BURDEN FROM LABOUR TO ENERGY. 505
TELEFONICA SELLS 12.2% OF AMPER TO LUCENT. 171
TNT NOTIFIES COMMISSION OVER JET SERVICES BUY-OUT DEAL. 145
WATER: LONDON ACCUSED OF FAILING TO COMPLY WITH NITRATES DIRECTIVE. 268
WIDE DISPARITY IN DIESEL PRICES IN THE EUROPEAN UNION. 156
WIENSTROM SIGNS POWER SUPPLY DEAL WITH TIWAG CONSORTIUM. 168

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